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September 29, 2005


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Love is beautiful where ever one finds it.

I had my heart broken by an orange cat, my first cat ever. Bashi, whom I'd had for six years, died on Christmas Eve 2000. I was living in Eastie, just across the bridge from you. It took leaving the old house to stop seeing him turn corners. To this day, I still dream about him.

May little Mikey (as orange kitties are little guys no matter how big they grow) be happy in whatever his cat heaven may be - humming at birds in trees, chasing beams of light, dreaming on his human loves' laps.

I'm so sorry about little Mikey. {{{HUGS}}} to all of you.

Thank you, darling girls -- and Goomp, first among equals -- for your good thoughts about a pussycat.

My sincerest condolences. We know our pets better and longer than we know most people. Godspeed to the little guy, until you find him again on the other side of the Rainbow Bridge.

Love you, Blogmother.

My heaven will have cats and dogs. As of today, I have three of each waiting.

Reading about your kitty brought tears to my eyes. I know how hard it is to lose a beloved animal, whether it's an official pet or a stray that you take care of. It seems a good part of my life revolves around my cat and all the strays I feed. I recently lost several of them and it's been very hard to deal with. My heart goes out to you. I'm sure Mikey will never be forgotten by those whose lives he touched.

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